The first good images by means of Bragg-diffraction of laser light from sound were produced in 1966 by Korpel *. Korpel’s work followed the experimental conclusions reported in 1965 by Cohen and Gordon on the nature of light diffraction by ultrasonic wave fronts .
KeywordsLine Source Reference Beam Cylindrical Lens Bragg Diffraction Acoustic Beam
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